Coca-Cola Freestyle: The Marriage of Coca-Cola and Informatics

Coca-Cola Freestyle: The Marriage of Coca-Cola and Informatics

Some weeks ago, I walked  into a diner looking for some food. After buying the food I was motioned to get drinks ...

What is Emu ?

What is Emu ?

Online personal assistants like Google Now and Apple Siri have proven to be helpful in many ways. How about your own personal ...

Twitter’s Profile Redesign, Vine Direct Messaging, And More: Social Media RoundUp

Twitter's Profile Redesign, Vine Direct Messaging, And More: Social Media RoundUp

Editor’s Note: The Social Media RoundUp is a weekly feature of Information Space. Twitter just launched a major profile redesign that will roll out ...

#CUSEdoesNAB

#CUSEdoesNAB

Students Natalie Wiesnet, Brad Slavin, Arland Whitfield, and Lexi Madison all got the opportunity to travel to the National Association of Broadcasters ...

Can You Be Happy for 100 Days?

Can You Be Happy for 100 Days?

How long can you be happy for? A website challenges everybody to socially document their happiness daily through pictures and posts for ...

Coca-Cola Freestyle: The Marriage of Coca-Cola and Informatics

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What is Emu ?

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Twitter’s Profile Redesign, Vine Direct Messaging, And More: Social Media RoundUp

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#CUSEdoesNAB

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| April 16, 2014

Move Over Flappy Bird, 2048 is the Hot New Game

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Simple. Addicting. Frustrating. These three words are what constantly go through my head when I am playing the latest hit game, 2048. This game is available for both laptops and mobile devices and has risen to #1 in the iTunes store for free apps with an average customer rating of 4.5/5.  The concept of the → Read More

| April 15, 2014

YTS Replaces Popcorn Time as ‘Netflix for Pirates’

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For regular, everyday people, the go-to TV and movie-watching service is Netflix. But, for techies who stay in the know and refuse to comply to “the system” by paying that $8/month fee for entertainment, the alternative was Popcorn Time. Popcorn Time was a free, open source media player that was available on a variety of → Read More

| April 14, 2014

Coca-Cola Freestyle: The Marriage of Coca-Cola and Informatics

Coca Cola

Some weeks ago, I walked  into a diner looking for some food. After buying the food I was motioned to get drinks from a nearby dispenser. That dispenser was so lovely  that I thought it was a video game machine. No it was not a video game, it was actually a soda dispenser! Funny enough → Read More

| April 11, 2014

Mesh Networking is the Future of Cellular Innovation

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Flashback to the first Carrier Dome showdown between Syracuse and Duke. I was hoping to find a friend sitting in the lower level, but locating a single person amongst the 35,446 attendees would prove to be nearly impossible. Voice calls were incoherent with the deafening volume of cheering fans. Text messaging was unusable due to → Read More

| April 9, 2014

What is Emu ?

Emu-Messenger

Online personal assistants like Google Now and Apple Siri have proven to be helpful in many ways. How about your own personal assistant for daily text conversations?  Emu is the answer. Emu is an instant messenger and an assistant. It uses artificial intelligence to bring smarter coordination in your text messages. Using a unique context → Read More

| April 9, 2014

Twitter’s Profile Redesign, Vine Direct Messaging, And More: Social Media RoundUp

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Editor’s Note: The Social Media RoundUp is a weekly feature of Information Space. Twitter just launched a major profile redesign that will roll out to users over the next few weeks. This layout looks oddly similar to other social sites such as Facebook and Google+. Designer David Bellona shares that the new Web profiles will feature a → Read More

| April 7, 2014

#CUSEdoesNAB

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Students Natalie Wiesnet, Brad Slavin, Arland Whitfield, and Lexi Madison all got the opportunity to travel to the National Association of Broadcasters convention  in Las Vegas, Nevada. This feed updates daily as they venture through the convention. To follow our journeys via Twitter, check out the hashtage #CUSEdoesNAB To keep up with all of the → Read More

| April 7, 2014

Can You Be Happy for 100 Days?

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How long can you be happy for? A website challenges everybody to socially document their happiness daily through pictures and posts for a little over three months with the hashtag, #100HappyDays. You may think, I don’t need to prove my happiness with some last-minute pictures and a couple tweets. You may also not want your → Read More

| April 4, 2014

Dr. Dre Beats Music Becomes a Serious Player in Music Subscription Market

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About five years ago, Beats headphones were introduced to the public. Not only did Beats Electronics sell $300 headphones, a feat thought to be impossible, but they also invented a whole new product category: premium headphones. In the past few months, Beats has taken on a new endeavor attempting to join the extremely competitive subscription → Read More

| April 3, 2014

Songza’s Latest Update Suggests Music To Match Weather

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If you aren’t familiar with Songza, now is the time to get acquainted. The New York City based startup has grown increasingly popular over the last two years, and is starting to become more of a recognized brand within the tech scene. The service aims to provide music for every mood. Users arrive at the → Read More